- Flower nameMung bean
- Scientific nameVigna radiata
- Alias緑豆, Mung bean, Green gram
- Place of originIndia
- Place of floweringField
- Flowering seasonJuly, August, September, October
What is Mung bean
Mung bean or Ryokutou (scientific name: Vigna radiata) is an annual herbaceous plant in the family Fabaceae native to India. It is the seed of the Yaenari (double seed, scientific name: Vigna radiata), which is used to make bean sprouts. The seeds are edible as a vegetable when they sprout from the seeds. Most bean sprouts are made from mung beans, but there are also rare bean sprouts from the black bean (Glycine max 'Kuromame').
Common name: mung bean, scientific name:Vigna radiata, Also known as: Aoazuki (green azuki bean), Yaenari (double seed), Mung bean, green gram, Place of origin: India , Habitat distribution: Japan and other East to South Asia, Australia, Africa, South America , Plant height: 20-150 cm,
Leaf shape: biplane, with three outlines, Leaf shape: ovoid, round, flower color: light yellow, flower shape: butterfly-shaped.